We are looking forward to Your JupyterCon submission. Current deadline for CFP is Dec 15th.
You can head back to the main jupytercon website for updates.
This form is for talks (25-30 minutes, questions included), as well as posters.
You can edit your proposal after submission. You are allowed to submit multiple talks/poster proposals.
Tutorial submissions: JupyterCon will offer tutorials, but the CFP for tutorial will open at a later date.
Due to the location of the venue, we have to inform you ahead of time that we may not be able to to check Covid vaccination status, nor enforce recent negative testing at the time of the event. Though we will recommend for attendees to wear face masks, be vaccinated and regularly test.
We are currently only planning for in-person JupyterCon.
Volunteer as Reviewer
We are also looking for volunteers to review submissions to JupyterCon. If you are interested, please fill in this form.
Childcare during JupyterCon
We are considering offering Childcare at the event. If this is something you are interested in, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
"A talk or a poster:" You are submitting a talk but if there are not enough spots, you would still like to present the same subject as a poster. "A Talk": You are only willing to submit a talk. "A poster": You are only submitting a poster.
Talks that address the community tooling and best practices in the Jupyter ecosystem. Community tools include frontends, kernels, extensions, and other tools in the Jupyter ecosystem. Community practices include how Jupyter is used in a workflow and introspection into the Jupyter community itself.
Talks that address deploying Jupyter and JupyterHub at scale in industry, government, high-performance computing, science, education, and other settings. Topics include DevOps, scaling services, security concerns, regulation compliance, and more.
Talks that address how to teach and learn using Jupyter in a variety of settings.
Talks that address how Jupyter is used in research and specific scientific research fields, such as medical research, astronomy, physics, climate change, meteorology, humanities, social science, and more. Data science applications.
Talks that address how Jupyter is used by data science practitioners in industry, government, and elsewhere.
Talks that address anything else (as long as it's relevant to JupyterCon)
Choose the track that best fit your topic, this is a guideline to help triage talks and assign reviewers. If you are interested in also reviewing talks, please fill in this form. Select each track to see its description.
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If you have a co-speaker, please add their email address here, and we will invite them to create an account. If you have more than one co-speaker, you can add more speakers after finishing the proposal process.